Volunteer today and help young people throughout Merseyside

As a Yellow House volunteer, you will make a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people. There are many different roles, all of which are important and rewarding in their own way. If you have spare time and would like to utilise your skills, gain work experience, and utilise your skills, why not get in touch to see what volunteering opportunities are available.

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    Our Impact On The Community

    Yellow House takes a holistic approach to working with excluded young people. Providing on a daily basis, a safe secure environment for those young people normally excluded from decision making enabling them to participate in all aspects of community life, as well as offering young people the opportunity to not only to develop their own social and personal skills but also to develop as active citizens in todays world.


    Luke’s Story

    My name is Luke and I’m 19 years old.

    I came to Yellow House just over 2 years ago and it has changed my whole life.

    When I joined, I had social anxiety, I found it hard to make friends or even just go to the corner shop, so going into a Theatre workshop was a massive challenge, however, I found the atmosphere from the beginning to be comfortable and everybody was very welcoming!

    Since joining I have grown as a person, gaining confidence and now I have many friends thanks to the skills I gained at Yellow House. I couldn’t even say what my favourite memory was because there’s so many however I loved when went on holiday to Italy! This year I’m off to university, something I probably wouldn’t have had the confidence to do if I didn’t find Yellow House. I cannot thank this wonderful charity for all the memories and experiences and the friends that I will never forget.

    History of Yellow House

    Founded by George Mc Kane in the 1980’s, Yellow House has been working directly with young people across Merseyside every day for almost 40 years, becoming a registered charity in 1993.

    Inspired by Vincent Van Gogh, George set up the charity named after Van Goghs Yellow House in Arles.

    Van Gogh lived and worked at the Yellow House and his door was always open – he did this so people saw the artist to be a vital part of the community and anyone was welcome, something we pride ourselves on here at Yellow House.


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